On a night landing at Halifax Airport, the Boeing 747-400F cargo aircraft overran the end of the runway coming to a stop on soft ground. All on board suvived with minor or no injuries.
On landing the aircraft veered to the side of the runway where it fell down a steep embankment before it came to rest. All 166 on board survived. Some of them received minor injuries.
On landing the Airbus A320 came to a halt beyond the end of the runway coming to rest on the grass.
The A320 ran off the landing runway at Bourgas Airport in heavy rain coming to rest with all gear off the runway. All on board remained unhurt.
After a „firm“ landing the aircraft veered to the left of the runway where it ran across soft ground and a canal before ending in badly damaged condition. All five crewmembers remained unhurt.
On landing the 737 exited the runway until it came to rest with its nosegear collapsed. There were no injuries among passengers and crew.
After an aborted take-off at Riga, the Boeing 737 failed to stop within the length of the runway. It ended in mud. No one was injured.
The cargo aircraft was seriously damaged when it ran beyond the end of the runway at Leticia Airport, Colombia. All four occupants on board remained unhurt.
The aircraft failed to stop at the end of the runway coming to rest in snow about 80 meters further. All on board remained safe.
On landing the aircraft overran the end of the runway at Kaliningrad ending up in snow. All on board evacuated safely via chutes.